I help coaches, experts, and course creators grow profitable businesses using proven conversion copywriting techniques that resonate with your audience.
Life is too short for you to be wasting your time with clients who aren't a perfect fit. And achieving that unicorn goal of a work/life balance as a female entrepreneur is only possible if you're spending your time talking to the right audience who understands your value.
So what does a conversion copywriter actually do to increase you revenue and grow your business? Research into how your ideal client thinks and talks, strategy to get them to notice you, personality-driven copy that shows you value, and a not-so-subtle pep talk to ask for the sales you deserve.
My years of experience in marketing and project management at a Museum on the National Mall are spiced with hard lessons learned raising two kiddos fifteen months apart as a working mother.
After a complete life shake-up, including a move across the country in an RV and leaving my comfortable job, I'm so grateful to spend my days making a positive impact with fellow creative entrepreneurs.
You've worked hard to get where you are and I'm willing to bet you're still fighting to make sure your daily to-do list reflects your personal priorities—just like me.
If copy has been holding you back from taking your business to the next level, hire me and see how good copy can help you sell better.
Before settling in Park City, I moved across the country Oregon Trail-style in an RV with three kids under the age of five. We all survived fording the river.
I am the oldest, middle, and youngest sibling depending on which side of my family I'm with.
If we were stranded on a desert island together, I'd make you laugh and then most-likely get you killed in one of my many hair-brained schemes to get off the island. I'm a wrtier, not a survivalist. (Nor baker, as it would turn out.)
My Grandmother always told me I should be a writer but at the time I thought, "Yea, sure. I'm going to take advice from the woman who crafted a cage made of chicken wire outside her backdoor to keep her three kids 'safe' outdoors." Joke's on me: neither idea was half bad.
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